Lean Manufacturing Consultants
Your business - more efficient - more profitable.
focuses on you and your business. By providing technical assistance, coaching, consulting and training we help your company in the development of initiatives based on Lean and other world-class tools.
Lean action was developed by DAK Consultants based on our experience of working with well known and award winning organisations. The methodology includes on-site support and training by which your staff learn through practice and direct implementation. Supporting the development, integration and deployment of Lean in the organizational strategy to involve all staff in the process of business transformation and continuous removal of waste or non-value added activities. Working together creating value through cost reduction, delivery time and work in progress.
Delivering customized solutions for different economic sectors such as automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, metallurgy and services among others.
Our lean manufacturing consultants assess the process of managing your business and examine all the elements, methods and systems from supply chain to human resources. They develop and implement an action plan specific to you; determine the necessary training to give your employees and conduct monitoring to ensure that new processes are maintained over time.
Lean Manufacturing Principles
Lean Manufacturing is an improvement method now widely used in business. There are many lean consultants and schools teaching the principles of lean manufacturing. The problem with many courses teaching lean manufacturing is the lack of real world experience of the instructor. Many have limited experience in applying the principles, or interpersonal skills to influence change.
Benefits of Lean Manufacturing
Lean Manufacturing (Lean) is a system for improving manufacturing processes and services, based on the Toyota Production System (TPS), which can achieve immediate results in productivity and profitability.Implementing Lean seeks to achieve value creation by eliminating activities that add no value to the process and not investing in expensive high-tech systems.
Overall Equipment Effectiveness: Controlling and improving reliability, productivity and yield quality
The current competitive environment is characterized by a progressive pressure on margins due to increasing material/resource costs and customer expectations for lower prices, higher quality and faster deliveries. Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) can help to counter this pressure by providing an insight into the causes of equipment problems, low productivity and quality yield.
Principles of Lean Thinking
Value of the product or service from a customer perspective: to serve their needs.
The customer and their satisfaction are the key to survival. Many organizations invest resources to achieve this goal, but often the results are worse than expected: Customers complain because you have not understood or have not been able to give what was asked.